Coach 2® Incentive Spirometer
- Not made with Natural Rubber Latex
- Non Sterile
Incentive spirometers are used to help patients improve the functioning of their lungs.The breathing exercises are designed to help patients take long deep breaths, similar to a yawn. The deep breathing improves the ability to clear mucus from the lungs and may also increase the amount of oxygen getting into the lungs.Coach 2® makes incentive spirometry easier for patients and clinicians alike
. The one-way valve ensures patients inhale, rather than exhale into the unit. Highly-visible pistons and universal graphics (indicating correct inspiratory flowrate) help patients perform and monitor their own post-surgical breathing exercises without direct supervision. Other features include an O2 connection for supplemental oxygen, convenient handle, flexible popple tubing and bedrail holder.
- One-way valve
- Flexible tubing
- Brightly colored piston
- Universal graphics
- Instructions for use in base
- Oxygen port
- Bedrail holder
- Coach® 2 For Kids patient handbook
- Single patient use
Ordering InformationBox quantity: 12
Please see the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of the indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions.
This product benefits the patient by:
- Ensuring patients inhale, rather than exhale into the unit.
- Easily adjustable to suit each patients’ needs.
- The bright color makes it easier to see for patients emerging from the effects of anesthesia.
- Easy to train.
- Stays with the patient (can be used in hospital and/or in the home) , aiding compliance.
- Accommodates patients requiring supplemental oxygen.
- Saves space.
- Coach® 2 for Kids features colorful deep-sea characters, games, puzzles and stickers.
Coach® 2 Incentive Spirometer
|22-2000||Coach 2® For Kids|
|22-2500||Coach 2® 2500 - 2,500 ml capacity and one-way valve.|
|22-2501||Coach 2® 2501 - 2,500 ml capacity, no one-way valve.|
|22-4000||Coach 2® 4000 - 4,000 ml capacity and one-way valve.|
|22-4001||Coach 2® 4001 - 4,000 ml capacity, no one-way valve.|
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